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What is Renewable Energy and Its Role in the United States?

December 10, 2018

We hear a lot about renewable energy in the news and how tapping into it is a major goal of our U.S. economy in order to cut our dependence on foreign energy sources. But what exactly is renewable energy, and is it catching on in the United States? Let’s take a closer look at renewable...

Solar Trivia Time

December 3, 2018

Here at SunPower by BlueSel, we love being active in the sun and helping our clients save money (and the Earth) by switching to solar energy systems. Learning about solar energy and how it can benefit our environment is fun for us. The more we learn about this clean, renewable energy source, the more we...

What is Net Metering?

November 27, 2018

As a locally operated and nationally recognized solar energy company, we are often asked how collecting solar energy works. Common questions include: “What happens to the extra electricity my home generates?” and “How does the solar energy collection benefit our community and my utility bill?” One term that we find our clients want to know...

Our Solar Energy System’s 25-Year Warranty Can’t be Beat

November 20, 2018

Ever heard the saying, “In life, there are no guarantees?” It may be true that not much – other than death and taxes – is guaranteed in life, but warranties can help bridge the gap. This is especially true when purchasing a valuable product like a solar energy system. Many solar companies claim to stand...

How Does Solar Power Work in the Winter?

November 13, 2018

When you think about the winter, usually images of parkas, scarves, boots, and lots and lots of snow come to mind. The sun is not usually something that is associated with the winter weather that will greet us New Englanders in the coming months. So, how exactly does solar work in the winter? Are there...

Save on Your Utility Bills this Winter

November 5, 2018

To quote Game of Thrones, “Winter is Coming!”  While it may not have the dire meaning as it does in that television series, it is something that New Englanders need to prepare for. Readying the snowblower, getting the bags of ice melt, and battening down the hatches are a good way to begin. Once homeowners...